people need to start looking towards downgrade from 3.56+ and less towards 3.60 cfw, if everyone played nice and used the jailbreak for homebrew/legal backups instead of piracy i'm sure it would be a different game. don't forget the open source jailbreak's purpose originally was to restore OtherOS, not play illegal copies. I own all my games on disc and use linux on my jb and enjoy the odd emulator now and then, whats the big deal? PSN is free, xbox gold isnt. why are people complaining they need to pay for their games? at least you dont have to pay for a game AND a subscription...
Do not despair with life and no life with despair
There is no need for a 3.6 CFW. We could just add to 3.55 CFW. Add new game keys to appldr and resign it. Work out accessing psn from 3.55 firmware. Implement any new features we actually care about as apposed to trying to sift through a bunch of assembly finding and patching out new security measures.
That's not to say we don't need to hack 3.61, just saying we don't need to use it as a base for CFW. ^^
can somebody explain to me why if 3.60 and 3.61 are so effective why Sony doesnt just use the same kind of encryption methods for the PSP? it seems kinda odd that people using M33 or even Gen D-3 have never had any problems with any new games even years and years later. maybe im just showing how simple minded i am with this stuff, but im really having a hard time figuring out why its way easier for Sony to block PS3 games, but no matter how hard they try we can always patch PSP games to work.
HI guys i suddenly got an idea......Lets check out how sony is making infamous or any other game downloaded from welcome back program on 3.61 ofw. It may help us to find how to make backed up games work on 3.61 and leading to 3.61 CFW.. Its just an idea tell me if its wrong or if cant be done.
ive always wondered that too, i was on gen, im on 5.50 prome-2 now but ive never had any trouble with my psp and the games are so easily patched......... seems odd that ps3 is SO SO SO much more difficult
stop reviving ancient topics